Peshawar: According to a news reported on Monday, the Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has approved 24 projects with an estimated cost of Rs. 19.1 billion.
Over the 15th PDWP meeting, which was chaired by the Additional Chief Secretary Shakil Qadir Khan. The different projects that were approved consisted of health, education, multi-sector development, roads, agriculture, water, urban development, revenue, tourism, and sports etc.
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The approved projects also consisted of the construction and feasibility of different roads in Abbottabad, Buner, Haripur, Hangu, Swabi and Mansehra for Rs. 1.59 billion. Along with several different water supply schemes in Upper Dir at Rs. 152.25 million.
Another project includes the upgrading of already existing nine nursing schools in Peshawar, Kohat, Bannu, DI Khan, Mardan, Swat and Abbottabad, with an expansion of Khyber Girls Medical College in Peshawar to accommodate 50 additional students of merged areas.
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The PDWP has approved for the reconstruction of 11 damaged schools in the District Bajau for Rs. 336.04 million along with the reconstruction of 27 damaged school in District Mohmand for Rs. 831.461 million.
Additional approved projects include ‘Purchase of Land for Agriculture University in Swat’, Feasibility Study of Command Area Development of small dams, Hockey Turf in Nowshehra and Abbottabad, upgradation of sports complex at Mohmand & Bajaur and an establishment of Resource Center & E-Stamp Introduction in Board of Revenue in newly compound districts.
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